Best Energy Drink for Moms (love and care)

A mom and her son.

Moms are the best people to be around because they’re always ready to help and they always give their best for their family.

So whether you are a working mom or a stay-at-home mom. You are an amazing person and absolutely incredible for your ability to give selflessly.

That being said, as a mom, you can get tired too. Taking care of the family all day long can really drain a person of their energy.

As such, energy drinks are great for when you are just trying to get everything done for the family.

Why would moms need energy drinks?

Moms are always on the go. I mean, there’s so much to do around the house and the errands never end.

Some things that moms do that could require energy drinks

Chores

Woman sweeping the floor.
Mom sweeping the floor.

Moms do a lot of chores. From cooking to cleaning and laundry, it’s an endless cycle of chores that need to get done each day.

Trust me when I say that while they make it look easy, they’re amazing at that. Doing them myself, I’m surprised to find how long it really takes to do chores.

I mean, those few things can take up my whole day and I’m panting by the end of it and moms do it in a matter of hours and make it look easy.

How is that possible? They must be superhuman!

Nope, they tire themselves out working to make sure the house is in order and that’s where energy drinks come in.

After all those chores, it’s just great to sit down and open up a can of energy drink before moving onto the next set on your endless list of things to do.

Taking care of kids

A mother watching something with her kids.
Moms do a lot in the ways of playing and educating their kids.

Oftentimes, as a mom, you play with your kids out in the backyard. Since kids have boundless amounts of energy, it can be difficult to keep up with them.

From running around cleaning up after them, or just preparing meals to keep them energized, a good energy drink can help you keep up your energy when you feel tired throughout the day.

That way, you can keep playing with your kids until it’s time for dinner or your kids tire out.

Shopping

Woman buying bread from a shop
Walking around deciding what to buy for the household can be a lot of work.

No, I’m not joking, shopping can take up a lot of energy.

This is because moms shop for the entire household, not just for the latest fashion or perfume.

Considering that they have to think about what to cook, if the house has toilet paper, if the kids have enough snacks, the list is really long and takes a lot of brain power.

Not to mention that as a mom, you have to run around the store getting everything you need and then carry the heavy load.

An energy drink helps keep your mind alert and makes sure you get everything on the shopping list.

What kind of women are the heaviest energy drink consumers?

It’s often the young moms who drink the most energy drinks.

Personally, I think it’s because as young moms, they’re still not used to the lifestyle of being a mom.

Also a lot of young moms still work and as such, need more energy than stay-at-home moms.

As such, they’re prone to drinking more energy drinks than older moms.

However, this study does show that parents with kids are far more likely to consume energy drinks than non-parents.

The study showed that 38% of women with kids consume energy drinks whereas only 22% percent of women without kids consume energy drinks.

This may seem to say that women are more prone to energy drinks when they have kids and a lot of the reason I believe, stems from having to care for the little ones.

History of Moms and Energy Drinks

With the amount of stuff you have to do, it’s no wonder you, as a mom would like to drink more energy drinks.

However, as I always say – moderation is key. Drinking more energy drinks may not necessarily be good for you.

In an incident I found, some of the moms have actually been left with health issues after drinking too many energy drinks.

For example, in an article published by the New York Post, a mom had been drinking 5 to 6 energy drinks a day.

That left her dependent on the energy drinks she had and she would have bouts of insomnia and even resulted in kidney stones.

As a result, it left her with constant blackouts. It goes to show that while energy drinks may help you, too much may result in various health problems.

Caffeine while BreastFeeding

A baby grabbing his mom's shirt to breastfeed.
BreastFeeding can take a lot of energy out of a mom.

For a lot of new moms, breastfeeding is a daily thing. However, if you’re wondering if it’s safe to have caffeine while breastfeeding the short answer is no, although that’s the conservative and safe view.

While it’s encouraged for breastfeeding moms to consume less caffeine, you can still consume caffeine according to some reputable sources.

However, consuming more caffeine may result in your infant being more agitated and waking up more at night.

It has been shown that infants don’t process caffeine as fast as adults do and consuming vast amounts of caffeine can also make the caffeine be absorbed into your breast milk.

As such I’d recommend breastfeeding moms to skip the energy drinks for a while, despite some sources of information telling you that it’s fine to have small amounts.

Energy drinks will still be there in a few months, what’s the big rush?

What to look for in an energy drink?

If you’re looking for an energy drink to help boost your day while you are busy caring for the family, you might want to consider these things:

  • Caffeine Content
  • Sugar Content
  • Price

Caffeine Content

A picture of some coffee beans in a cup.
Caffeine is a great energy booster.

Caffeine is one of the most important things to look for when choosing an energy drink.

This is because caffeine, while it ensures that you are alert and ready to go, can cause some pretty bad problems such as insomnia when you have too much. Caffeine overdose is a real thing to be careful of.

It’s also important to note that each person has a different tolerance when it comes to the amount of caffeine they can handle.

I’d recommend a good amount to aim for is anywhere between 50mg to 100mg of caffeine per serve, while the FDA recommends a maximum of 400mg of caffeine per day for a healthy adult.

Sugar Content

A picture of sugar.
Sugar is a great source of energy, but the boost is short lived.

Sugar is one of the main sources of energy in some energy drinks, but it is important to ration it so that you don’t have a sugar crash.

Also, there are so many great sugar-free energy drinks available today, so you can easily avoid sugar if you want.

The AHA recommends a maximum amount of sugar intake each day:

GenderMaximum daily intake
Men150 kcal / 37.5 g / 9 tsp
Women100 kcal / 25 g / 6 tsp

Price

As a mom, you want something that will be refreshing and energizing without blowing the budget.

But at the same time, you don’t want to sacrifice quality, right?

Some brands of energy drinks are just too expensive. $3, $4 or even $5 for a can. It’s robbery. Fortunately, there are some really good deals to be found if you know where to look.

My personal favorite is REIZE, which is a great tasting, high quality energy drink. The price is quite unbelievable, it’s only around $1 per drink including shipping right to your door so you don’t even need to leave the house.

That’s incredible value, but more on that a little later…

Best energy drinks for moms

In no particular order, here’s a list of some good options for busy moms to consider for some extra energy.

Bing

A picture of 3 flavors of Bing energy drinks.
3 flavors of Bing: raspberry, apple and cherry.

With 120mg of caffeine and 9g of sugar, I would recommend Bing energy because of its fruity flavor and it’s lower sugar amount.

The caffeine is a touch higher than I prefer, but it’s still sensible compared to a lot of the crazy-strong energy drinks available today.

The 12 fl.oz cans are nice and the designs are cool.

Zipfizz

A picture of orange flavored Zipfizz.
Zipfizz has a fruity flavor which tastes great.

Another good energy drink for moms is Zipfizz because it’s sugar-free and contains only 100mg of caffeine.

I think the caffeine content is just about right.

Zipfizz comes in convenient little tubes of powder which you can mix with into a glass of water. Because it’s so small and light, you can put it into your handbag and carry it around.

But before you buy Zipfizz, make sure you check out my Zipfizz review article for the inside scoop on all the flavors.

Advocare Spark

Advocare Spark satchet energy drink.
Advocare Spark is a great choice for moms.

Advocare Spark is another powdered energy drink, but has slightly more caffeine than Zipfizz, with 120mg per sachet.

Like Zipfizz, Spark drink is also sugar-free.

It’s a great alternative if you want slightly more caffeine for that extra boost but not so much that you would exceed your daily maximum intake.

Spark is available in both tubs and sachets, so you can choose which works best for you. Both are powders, it’s just a question of which format you find more convenient to use.

Advocare Spark is a good choice, but it’s not without its problems. Check out my review article for the full story before you buy any.

REIZE (10 out of 10 for moms)

A photo of REIZE Energy Drink
REIZE Energy Drink is great for any mom.

REIZE Energy Drink checks all the right boxes above and to add to that, has a great taste!

REIZE contains a sensible 50mg of caffeine and is absolutely sugar-free!

It also has a lovely combination of caffeine, ginseng, taurine, and B vitamins that all work together to give you a great energy boost that will keep you going for hours – without the crash.

If you’re a mom on-the-go, a stay-at-home mom or a working mom, I can assure you REIZE will hit the spot for you.

The best part? It costs only around $1 per sachet. That INCLUDES shipping right to your doorstep.

So as a mom, you won’t have to worry about making a trip to the grocery store or blowing the monthly food budget.

Give REIZE a shot and I’m willing to bet you’ll love it.

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Marty Spargo

I started my own energy drink brand in 2014 and am passionate about educating people about energy drinks so that they can properly understand the ingredients, benefits and risks without being influenced by the marketing messages put out by some brands. You can read my full bio here.

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